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December 31, 1993 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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Scroll of Fine Dining
Thank You Certificate
Good Any Day

their heads . . . They remember
starting out with only one in the
Metropolitan Building.
Coming soon in the
bar/lounge area will be a 200-
gallon salt water aquarium
where exotic fish will swim in
splendor.
Darakjian Jewelers is open
Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. and Thursday until 8 p.m.
John, Bergy, Am and Armen
have created a rigid family com-
mitment to customer satisfac-
tion . . . The strong
family-oriented approach in ob-
taining success has been main-
tained without sacrificing
personalized warmth.
John and Bergy bask in a
wonderous aura of success with
sons Ara and Armen, yet have
not changed since those lean
years ... and there were plenty
of them . . . They are still
humble, gracious and so very
grateful.
Each new year brings hopes
by many of perhaps a dream
come true or the fulfillment of
a wish . . . John Darakjian has
received both because he never
lost faith in proving that hard
work does eventually pay off.
Darakjian Jewelers enters
1994 with the dream fulfillment
that John never gave up hope
of ever having . . . It is to this
end that his entire family wears
eternal smiles within bodies
filled by thankful emotion.

The family finds
one is better
than two.

SOME WISHES for 1994
. . .
That speakers at some ban-
quets get paid more if they
speak less . . . So many ban-
quets are affairs where the
speaker first eats a lot of food
he doesn't want . . . and then
goes on talking about some-
thing he doesn't understand
. . . to a lot of people who don't
want to hear him.
That Dennis Archer gets the
support he deserves as mayor
of Detroit . . . That Joan and Doc
Don Wittenberg open Healthy
Jones again ... There were few
better, but the time then wasn't
like it is now . . . That another
Darbys comes our way . . . For-
mer co-owner Bernie Kerner
still has those treasured recipes
in a bank vault . . . That kosher
caterer Jeffrey Rosenberg at
Adat Shalom Synagogue is ap-
preciated . . . He is living up to
a great family name in local
kosher catering tradition.
That Phyllis Tyner gets her
hole-in-one . . . That Dave Her-
melin doesn't get laryngitis .. .
That super developer Maurice
Cohen invites us over to hear
him do some licks on the ,ruin-
pet . . . That the wit of Leonard

Simons never ends . . . That
somebody bites a waitperson's
arm when he or she reaches
across the table.
That I hear someone like the
late Myron Cohen telling one of
his stories . . . maybe about the
Jewish businessman who was
persuaded to use a Dictaphone
on a trial basis, and if he liked
it he could buy it . . . The next
day, the Dictaphone represen-
tative called at his office and
asked him how the machine
was . . . "Well, I'll tell you," said
the customer, "it ain't so bad,
but it talks with an awful ac-
cent."
Or the one about Rosenbloom
being ill and wanting to consult
a physician who was known to
his friend, Moe Levinsky . . . He
went to Moe and said, "Moe, I'm
a sick man. I ought to see a doc-
tor" . . . "Well, why don't you go
and see my friend, Isaacson?"
. . . "Yes, but ain't he awful ex-
pensive?" . . . "Well, he ain't so
cheap, Rosenbloom. He charges
$200 for the first visit, but after
that it's only $20" . . . The next
day Rosenbloom went to see the
doctor . . . As soon as the door
was opened and the doctor
came in, he said, "Well, Doc,
here I am again!"
Or the judge asking, "You say
the unwritten law would have
justified you in killing Mr.
Schwartz, and you had pulled
a gun on him. Yet you did not
fire. Why?" . . . "Well, Judge,"
said Mr. Goldstein, "when I
pointed my pistol at him he
says, 'How much you want for
that gun? I ask you, Judge, how
could I kill a man when he was
talking business?"
SOME RESOLUTIONS for
1994 .. .
To exercise more patience in
some restaurants . . . Not be like
the customer who had been
waiting a long time for his or-
der . . . Finally the waitperson
approached and said, "Your fish
will be coming in a minute or
two now, sir" . . . and the cus-
tomer asking, "What bait are
you using?"
Or going into a restaurant
where the waitperson says, "We
have everything on the menu
today, sir" . . . and my not re-
plying, "So I see. How about a
clean one."
Or saying, "By the way, did
that fellow who took our order
leave any family?"
Or patience being rewarded
after ever so long in a local
eatery when our meal finally ar-
rives . . . and after asking for cof-
fee, exercising restraint in not
saying to the waitress, "And
while you're away, would you
mind dropping me a postal card
every now and then?"
CONGRATS . . . to Lucille
Huler . . . on her 95th birthday
. . . to daughter Audrey Benin-
so Huler...on her birthday.

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and receive a second entree of
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Please present certificate to hostess upon arrival.
Not valid with any other promotion.

Expires 1-31-94

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